Lawyer for Riverside Hearing Loss Claims
Riverside Catastrophic Injury Attorney
Although hearing loss may have natural causes, it is possible that this serious injury may result from an accident, intentional misconduct or some form of negligence. If another person or business may be responsible for your loss of hearing, we recommend that you contact an attorney at our law offices. A Riverside catastrophic injury attorney at our law firm can talk to you about what occurred and can evaluate the extent of your injuries to determine whether you have grounds for a personal injury or workers' compensation claim that would offer you the opportunity to recover financial compensation or your injuries. This may mean that you will be entitled to money not only for medical bills but for future medical care, hearing aids, lost earnings from any missed work, and possibly more.
Loss of Hearing
What causes a loss of hearing? Old age is a commonly known cause of this condition, but in some situations hearing loss may also be attributed to continued exposure to loud noises, brain injury, head trauma, and other situations that are not naturally occurring. Although there is a statute of limitations on personal injury claims (generally a victim must file a claim within 2 years of the injury or within his or her reasonable knowledge of the injury) there are situations where a workers' compensation claim may be filed after a person is no longer working in a specific field, as hearing loss may not present until later.
Free Hearing Loss Consultation
Because your initial consultation with an attorney at our offices is free and confidential, this will be a valuable opportunity for you to find out more about your rights and legal options in this matter. Not only is your consultation free of charge, but you pay no legal fees unless we are successful in recovering a settlement or jury award on your behalf.
Interested in learning more? Contact a
Riverside loss of hearing lawyer
at our firm.